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Everyone here is really underestimating this card's potential. You don't have to cast it for {5}{R}{R}. At worst, this card is just a stone rain for {1} more, so you can always play stone rain on t3 and this on t4. However, if you're playing a dedicated land destruction deck, the kicker can come in handy. Because you can't destroy any lands prior to t3, it's hard to stop your opponent from getting a few lands out. Using this card, you can hit two lands with one card in one turn, which will help you get down your opponent's land count (and since ~50% of your deck is cheap stone rain variants, it's unlikely that you'd need your 7th land anyway).
Anyway, if you're trying to make a mono-red land destruction deck, the only cards there are that always destroy a land, with no drawback to you, and that cost <5 are:
Avalanche Riders // Demolish
Earth Rift // autoca... (see all)
Posted By: marmaris74 (6/11/2012 11:12:36 AM)
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A pretty neato way to throw off your opponent's 8th turn! You can spend your seventh turn's mana keeping them from playing anything more than an eight drop! Devastating.
Posted By: TPmanW (11/29/2010 5:37:52 PM)
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for one boom take stone rain, a possible double boom for 7cmc and sac is too much
Posted By: Imperialstonedragon (6/18/2011 10:09:22 AM)
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7 mana AND sacrifice a land, True_Smog... AND sac a land.
Posted By: HedgeIII (7/13/2010 2:13:28 PM)
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Destroying 2 lands for 7 mana ? simply too expensive.
Posted By: True_Smog (11/17/2009 11:31:53 AM)
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Strictly better than Craterize, which isn't saying much.
Posted By: Continue (12/25/2012 1:37:37 PM)
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